TikTok on the clock, but the party don’t stop

Hi, my name is Katelynn Browne, I’m 20 years old and I’m addicted to TikTok. TikTok, if you don’t know (or if you’re not hip with the kids like I am) is an app where users post videos of themselves lip syncing various songs or audio clips. In November of 2017, TikTok absorbed its competitor, Musical.ly. Like any other social media platform, you can scroll through content, drop likes, comments, follow other users etc.

A Girl’s Guide to Getting Bangs

As anyone who has ever paid attention to fashion knows, it’s all about the trends. Colors, styles, even general “vibes” come and go at speeds that makes keeping up seem almost impossible. However, despite this ever-changing landscape, there is one fashion question that has haunted us all at one time or another—should I get bangs?

In Defense of the Cafeteria

The cafeteria isn’t so bad. In fact, it’s wonderful, marvelous, and terrific. A cornucopia like the Marketplace, as it is officially called, deserves to be appreciated. I can name no other place where I can get rigatoni topped with tomato sauce and mushrooms then drop tens tongs worth of broccoli on to it.

Ask Brett & Bryttneigh

After the success of our Ask Bob & Judy advice column for the last two semesters, we were eager to have them return to continue giving advice to our lost generation. Unfortunately, both Bob & Judy went senile and are now living in a retirement community (life’s not all jokes, kids).

2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Announce Presidential Runs

As 2019 arrives so do the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. As of now, Senator Kamala Harris (California), Obama’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro (Texas), Representative Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii), Former Representative John Delaney (Maryland), and entrepreneur Andrew Yang (New York) have announced that they are running in the democratic primary.

Come to Brazil

No request is as dire as this: Please come to Brazil. For years, the citizens of Brazil have requested internet users to come visit their country. Brazil, the largest and arguably most powerful South American country, has developed an outreach program like no other in order to convince foreigners, especially musicians, to come visit the country. We, as American citizens, should oblige our Brazilian brothers and sisters and go to Brazil.

Fox News Lets us Down After a Long Streak of Reliable Reporting

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has toughed it out through major heart surgery, multiple broken ribs, and cancer three times. None of these unfortunate health circumstances that would cripple a lesser person could stop this incredible woman who still works out twice a week with her personal trainer. That’s why when Fox News released on January 21st that RBG had passed away, it took America by complete surprise. What could have happened? Was she shot? Did she have an sudden aneurysm? Was she terminally ill and the public just had no idea? Nope, it was none of these, Fox had just made a major mistake. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is still very much alive. Don’t worry though, Fox News quickly corrected and took ownership of their mistake.